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Longtime fanfic author Allaine discusses "femslash", or sexual relationships between two women, in fan fiction, original fiction, websides, and films today. Initial episodes gave listeners the opportunity to discuss favorite pairings from individual fandoms Allaine wrote in for over nine years, while later episodes went on to feature other fandoms, interviews with other fanfic authors, discussion of facets of femslash in general, and the occasional Hollywood screenwriter.

Latest Episodes

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Final Part)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we only have three guests so far, as one dropped out, butwe're hoping to find a replacement before then.As of right now webegin withSweetjamielee (who first...

85 MIN2013 JUN 28
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F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Final Part)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 3)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin withGrdnofevrything (who first appeared on F4F on 7/2/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed byKim Pritekel(6/14/10) at 10:15, Inspector Boxer(9/3/09) at...

90 MIN2013 JUN 21
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F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 3)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 2)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin withAdm_Hawthorne (who first appeared on F4F on 2/6/2012) at 10 PM EST, followed byMilk_and_glass (8/6/09) at 10:15,Ariestess and Shatterpath(9...

75 MIN2013 JUN 14
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F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 2)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin with Harper (who first appeared on F4F on 7/9/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed by Demeter (9/3/09) at 10:15, Harriet (12/20/09) at 10:30, and Chris...

88 MIN2013 JUN 7
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F4F Ends With Four Foursomes

Xena and the End. And the Beginning.

As F4F Radio winds to a close next month, we take time in May to wrap up an ongoing program tradition where we discuss “Xena: Warrior Princess” every six months. This tradition started with an interview of three prominent Xena fanfic and “uberfic” authors in January 2010, followed by three more in June. Due to the fandom’s enduring and massive popularity, this eventually metamorphosed into annual May and November segments where author interviews gave way to panel discussions with authors and fans about Xena, the heroines, the villains, the storylines, the comedy, the everything! Tonight we’ll have one last panel where the conversation will fittingly include Xena’s final episodes, as well as the way the series continues to influence fans to this day. Once again I’ll cede my place as host to author/filmmaker Kim Pritekel, a treasured and reliable contributor to this program whose role has evolved from being a guest on that June show, to recurring cohost, to regular moderator o...

85 MIN2013 MAY 17
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Xena and the End. And the Beginning.
the END

Latest Episodes

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Final Part)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we only have three guests so far, as one dropped out, butwe're hoping to find a replacement before then.As of right now webegin withSweetjamielee (who first...

85 MIN2013 JUN 28
Comments
F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Final Part)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 3)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin withGrdnofevrything (who first appeared on F4F on 7/2/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed byKim Pritekel(6/14/10) at 10:15, Inspector Boxer(9/3/09) at...

90 MIN2013 JUN 21
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F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 3)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 2)

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin withAdm_Hawthorne (who first appeared on F4F on 2/6/2012) at 10 PM EST, followed byMilk_and_glass (8/6/09) at 10:15,Ariestess and Shatterpath(9...

75 MIN2013 JUN 14
Comments
F4F Ends With Four Foursomes (Part 2)

F4F Ends With Four Foursomes

Now that F4F has not only marked its fourth anniversary of being on the air, but also entered its final month of broadcasting, we’ll be spending all of June celebrating that which made this program great. Don’t worry, no self-congratulation here, of course I’m talking about the guests. For each show in June, we’ll have on four (and occasionally five) guests who made at least one prior appearance to talk about what they’ve been up to since then. Maybe they’ve continued to write fanfic for the same television show. Maybe they’ve moved onto something new, and moved again. Maybe it’s original fiction now. Or maybe they’ve stopped writing altogether. We’ll also be returning to the show’s roots by hosting shows weekly instead of biweekly, so that’s sixteen former guests, each speaking for fifteen minutes at a time. Tonight we’ll begin with Harper (who first appeared on F4F on 7/9/2009) at 10 PM EST, followed by Demeter (9/3/09) at 10:15, Harriet (12/20/09) at 10:30, and Chris...

88 MIN2013 JUN 7
Comments
F4F Ends With Four Foursomes

Xena and the End. And the Beginning.

As F4F Radio winds to a close next month, we take time in May to wrap up an ongoing program tradition where we discuss “Xena: Warrior Princess” every six months. This tradition started with an interview of three prominent Xena fanfic and “uberfic” authors in January 2010, followed by three more in June. Due to the fandom’s enduring and massive popularity, this eventually metamorphosed into annual May and November segments where author interviews gave way to panel discussions with authors and fans about Xena, the heroines, the villains, the storylines, the comedy, the everything! Tonight we’ll have one last panel where the conversation will fittingly include Xena’s final episodes, as well as the way the series continues to influence fans to this day. Once again I’ll cede my place as host to author/filmmaker Kim Pritekel, a treasured and reliable contributor to this program whose role has evolved from being a guest on that June show, to recurring cohost, to regular moderator o...

85 MIN2013 MAY 17
Comments
Xena and the End. And the Beginning.
the END
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